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The White Bull Weeps From Valhalla - Francis Harold and the Holograms

tl;dr Heavy, distorted, and punk as fuck.

Picking up records solely based on their album cover is a dying practice. I’ll admit, I rarely do it myself, but when I saw the absolutely absurd cover art featuring the band sacrificing a naked man with a pig mask I knew that I would regret not buying the album. 288 more words


Cuando alguien describe su música como “himnos pop a la melancolía” sabes que algo esta haciendo bien y sin duda, Maximilian Hecker, en Spellbound Scenes Of My Cure… 270 more words

Active Music Listening Thursday March 5, 2015

YTD recordings listened to: 180
Good music, not recommended for purchase: 106
Not good music: 62

Honorable Mentions: 7
Buys: 5

Possibles: Boyd Rivers, Chris McGregor, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Dave Arner Trio, Bill Horist, MAKU Soundsystem, Zomby, Retox, About Group, Jessie Mae Hemphill, Bone Dance, Defeater, Jonwayne, Okkyung Lee, The Ballantynes, Debruit, Slidhr, The Whammies, The Chewers, Alexander Hawkins, Cheryl Pyle, Toxic Holocaust, Equal Stones, Comeback Kid, Susie Iberra/Roberto Rodriguez, Lenguas Largas, The Coral, Spacesuits, T.O.M.B., Fofoulah, Lozen, Erase Errata, Mohammed Abozekry, Dawn Richard, Torche, Leo Welch, Astral Swans… 291 more words



Five by Nwshoegazing on Mixcloud

About this compilation…

It wasn’t intentional, but, had this compilation been released on vinyl, the tracks on Side 1 would all be from North America—four from the USA and one from Canada, and the tracks on Side 2 would all come from somewhere else, specifically, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, Italy, and the Isle of Man. 331 more words


Fvnerals: The Light LP (transparent w/ black splatter)

Haunting, that’s what this debut album from FVNERALS is. I have been staring at this monitor for a while now wondering what to say about this record. 86 more words

New Ones

Creepoid announces new album, premieres new song "American Smile" -- listen

Photo by Noel Conrad

On June 23rd, Philly four-piece Creepoid will release its third studio album, Cemetery Highrise Slum, through Geoff Rickly’s Collect Records. The follow-up to last year’s  255 more words

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